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Kamal Nath May Meet Sushma, Jaitley over FDI

Parliament will not call together on Wednesday due to Guru Nanak Jayanthi, but the four-day long log jam over the FDI matter seems to have finished. This as the UPA has decided for a vote on FDI. The Opposition piloted by the BJP has been demanding for a vote for the previous one week.

According to sources, the UPA government needs to set up a courageous front over the issue by showing that it is not running away from voting. Kamal Nath will congregate Leader of Opposition in the Lok Sabha Sushma Swaraj and her Rajya Sabha counterpart Arun Jaitley on Wednesday on in an effort to crack the deadlock in Parliament over FDI.

After the UPA coordination committee assembles on Tuesday in New Delhi, Kamal Nath declared the decision on FDI vote in the Lok Sabha will be held by the Speaker. He said that the intelligence of the House was not for voting, but a conversation on FDI, which will be expressed to the Speaker. "We will talk to the Speaker and the Speaker will take a judgment. The intelligence of the House is not for voting. We are not worried about any vote. We carry on being obvious in our mind," Kamal Nath said.

This appeared right after the DMK declares its support to the government for the voting on the subject.

Samajwadi Party told that it was against FDI but voting was not the only means to show dispute. SP leader Naresh Aggarwal said, "We are sternly against FDI. We will not allow the policy be applied in UP. We want a conversation in Parliament on FDI. Who says a vote on the matter is the only way to state dissent?"

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